Get a look at the action on offer in Disintegration’s upcoming betas

Private Division and developer V1 Interactive recently announced the dates for the closed and open betas of Disintegration. The shooter is being developed by a team with experience working on Destiny, Halo and SOCOM US Navy Seals. Set in the near future, Disintegration sees humanity at war with the Rayonne. Integrated humans who no longer want to return to human bodies.

With three multiplayer modes at launch, the Disintegration beta will feature two playable modes; Retrieval and Control. In addition to the two playable modes, the beta will also include seven of the final game’s crews.

V1 Interactive and Private Division are inviting players to take part in the beta to test stability and to collect feedback on the game ahead of its launch later this year.

Disintegration Beta

The closed beta times are as follows:

  • Wednesday | Jan 29, 2020 | 3am AEDT-6:59pm AEDT
  • Thursday | Jan 30, 2020 | 3am AEDT-6:59pm AEDT

Following the closed beta, the open beta will take place on February 1, 2020, and end on February 2.

V1 Interactive describes the two available modes as follows;

In Retrieval, the first game mode, players compete in two intense rounds in which one team attempts to deliver a payload which can only be carried by their ground crew while the other team defends.

In the second game mode, Control, two teams vie for domination over various capture points. Players must ensure their ground crew are alive and within the zone as this is the only way to accrue score to win the match.

Disintegration will launch for PC, PS4 and Xbox One in 2020.

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